@ssica3003 Personal Blog

About Me

Here’s some labels I like: bisexual, female, polyamorous, feminist, cyclist, menstrual activist, masculine, rationalist, meta-rationalist, sensemaker, philosopher, gamer, web developer, introvert, INTJ, agnostic, contrarian.

I was raised poor but educated in the middle class. I had above average intellectual development in childhood, but below average emotional development in childhood. I was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness until age 16, which probably still contributes to some facets of my personality.

I started out fucked up about sex and money. I continue to work on those. I started out very positively in terms of self-belief. I’ve decided to keep that exactly as it is. I am now fucked up about death, enjoying things and empathy. I continue to work on those too.

I’ve got a Bachelors (college) degree in Fine Art, it was a subject I’d never done before and it was immensely useful for my life.

I live in a group house with other bi/polyamorous people, its more “intentional” than your average share-house and much less intentional than a community that calls itself “intentional”.

I love reading, cinema, video games and writing. I hate board games, musicals and “dog years”.

Ways to read

To read this blog, you can read chronologically forwards, reading only new posts. Or to read everything posted in the past you can read chronologically backwards.

If you lose your place chronologically, I recommend using the categories, I look after them very strictly. Every single post has at least one category, and there are only about 10 categories, so it should be easier to remember what you have and haven’t read.

NB:  I use tags too, but they are all over the place. I do not recommend using tags to navigate.

The blog name

The name is a reference to 90s TV show My So-Called Life, I see it is both joiyfully unironic and painfully ironic, it has little relevance to anything new on the blog and I can’t change it now.

1 thought on “About

  1. Daria

    Hi! Do you have an email I could write to? Or write me to my email, I think you’ll see it from this comment. I like your Theory Engine blog.


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